Hello Huntington!

Thank you for taking the time to connect with us! We have a lot of experience working in animation and interactivity with education in mind, and we love to work with museums. Let us help you find new ways to engage your audience, whether as a primer or to augment an exhibit. From your library, to the museum, and out into the gardens, we share your passion for telling stories and exciting visitors. To be honest, you had us at William Blake. Below are a few of our recent favorites to look through or pass around. We look forward to connecting with you further!

Contact us: mrhill@bakerandhill.com     202-246-4357

Animation & Motion Graphics

The Curious Mind of Benjamin Franklin: Connections. View Full Series
National Geographic: World Weirdest Snakes
How Stuff Works – Alternative History: The Great Sandwina
Scientific American – Kavli Prize: Neuroscience. View Full Series
Ultimate Playlist: Marc Hermann
Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian: Native New York Exhibition
Uncover the Treasures of the World Bank Archives
The Hymnist sang praises to celebrate the salvation of the soul and to save the body from slavery. View full series.
National Geographic: America’s Deadliest Sharks


PBS and WETA: Vietnam Milestones. Visit the website.
Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian: Native Words, Native Warriors. Visit the website.
PBS, WETA, and Ken Burns – Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies. Anatomy of a Cigarette Infographic. Visit the website.
PBS and WETA: Statue of Liberty. Visit the website.
PBS and WETA: Reconstruction – America after the Civil War. Visit the website.

Contact us: mrhill@bakerandhill.com     202-246-4357     www.bakerandhill.com